Lemon Law | Kawasaki Recalls Mule Utility Vehicle
Do You Own a Kawasaki Utility Vehicle? If so, read this article for important information…
Kawasaki Motors Corporation issued a voluntary recall of 3,893 of its 2012 MULE utility vehicles. On the affected vehicles, the fuel pump bracket may have been installed incorrectly, which can result in the fuel developing holes and a fuel leak. The affected vehicles were sold from June 2011 through the present.
To date, no accidents or injuries have been reported. However, if you own a 2012 Kawasaki MULE, you should stop using it immediately unless otherwise instructed, and take your vehicle to an authorized Kawasaki dealership for corrective action.
If you own a Kawasaki MULE and you have experienced problems with your fuel pump, you may have a lemon and you may be entitled to compensation under California’s lemon law. To find out whether you have a lemon Kawasaki, call the experienced lemon law attorneys at Consumer Law Experts for a free consultation. Our attorneys are here to help you with your potential lemon law claim.
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